Sir Peanut has been itching to try out his new lance. Sir Biff has quested and found all sorts of animals or monsters but never a dragon. Sir Ten lives for quests and challenges! Have they finally found a fierce dragon?
There were a few events leading to the formation of the RCAN. Check out:
There are many different sorts of disabilities that might put a person into a wheelchair. Not all confine a person to a chair 100% of the time. Many people are lucky enough to be able to stand, with or without support for short periods of time. Some can even walk short distances, but not for more than a few dozen steps. Sometimes it is a heart issue, other times other issues.
So please don’t judge. Please don’t assume. People also aren’t obligated to tell you extremely personal information like what health problems they might have.
I hope you remember that when you next see someone with a wheel chair stand for a bit or even walk a few steps. While there may be some people that are faking injuries to defraud the insurance company, that is only a very small percentage of the population.
I hope you enjoy these and I would really appreciate your spreading the word. My stories are spread by word-of-mouth so this is the way that others might also see them.
Brother Jacque does medical duty. Is laughter the best medicine?
I think Brother Jacque is a bit ahead of his time. On a serious side, there are a lot of serious illnesses and conditions with little or no symptoms most people recognize, so if you do notice something strange, look into it.
Sorry, but I have been so sick the past few days that I haven’t been able to work on any cartoons for this weekend… Well at least nothing set down “on paper” so-to-speak. I have some solid ideas so if I feel better tomorrow (Saturday, Aug 13 2016) in the morning I may have something for you.
I hate when medicine makes you sicker in order to make you feel better!
In the meantime, here are the contents pages for the cartoons I publish here: